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This “Workout Fails” Compilation Will Exercise Your Laughing Muscles

I love exercise as much as the next couch potato. When done right, exercise helps to tone and improve one’s physical and mental health. However, when the workout train take a turn to FAILtown, my laughing muscles certainly get a good stretch.

[via @thelawry]

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This is Your Future

This is the future, according to the movies. In an effort similar to the infographic, YouTube user Eclectic Method stitches together scenes from your favourite sci-fi films to create a supercut of what our future might look like, from shining examples of human ingenuity to the dire effects of global warming, precognitive cops to rogue androids, to hoverboards and futuristic high-tops.

It’s a utopian dream, a dystopian nightmare, and everything in between. Have a look at The Future below.

[Live for Films]

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Gotye’s “Somebodies: A YouTube Orchestra” Remix

In an attempt similar to Luc Bergeron’s “World Covers – Rolling In The Deep“, Australian singer-songwriter Gotye pays tribute to some of the YouTube covers and parodies that has brought his song “Somebody That I Used to Know” such success.

The artists says this about his supercut:

Reluctant as I am to add to the mountain of interpretations of Somebody That I Used To Know seemingly taking over their own area of the internet, I couldn’t resist the massive remixability that such a large, varied yet connected bundle of source material offered.

You may be tired of this sickness, but have a look and listen to Gotye’s Somebodies: A YouTube Orchestra. It’s really quite good.

A list of the original videos uses in Gotye’s remix can be found on his website.

[va Rolling Stone]

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Nailed it! The “Three-Point Landing” Supercut

The three-point landing is one of the biggest action movie clichés. In his latest compilation, occasional supercut editor Duncan Robson pays tribute to this overused, melodramatic trope.

Watch as popular superhero characters from TV, film, and video games drop in from dizzying heights to make their grand entrance.

Nailed it!

[via The Huffington Post]

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Ooh Aah. Hello.

Matthijs Vlot has become the darling of the supercut world. Vlot mashed together a multitude of scenes from other movies to create two of most cheerful mashups that you’ll see on the Internet today (if you haven’t seen them already that is). In Hello, he sources dialogue from a variety of films and syncs it to Lionel Richie’s love song of the same name. And in Ooh Aah, he uses exclamations from other film and cartoon characters to add to Meg Ryan’s fake orgasm scene from “When Harry Met Sally”. See Vlot’s masterful supercuts after the jump.

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Heads Blowing Up

Supercuts are a dime a dozen these days so you have to pick the ones relevant to your interests. Heads blowing up is certainly one of mine.

That bloody montage was brought to you by Cinemamassacre. Be sure to read the Your Head A Splode tv trophe, it’ll blow your mind…

[via Live For Films]

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The 100 Best F-Bombs in Film

Fuck is a versatile word and can be used as a noun, verb (both transitive and intransitive), adverb, adjective, or and as interjection. This colourful word has wormed its way into our everyday speech and in his 14-minute supercut, YouTuber user mewlists, catalogues the 100 best moments in movies that feature the F-bomb. I don’t think I need to tell you that the video is NSFW, fornicators of matriarchs.

It seems embedding of the video has been disabled, so you’ll have to watch it on YouTube itself. Here’s the link –

If you’re a glutton for punishment, mewlists has followed up his original video with 100 more of the greatest fucks in film. Find that supercut after the jump.

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Pulp Fiction Supercut Contains Just the Cussing

A quick look at Wikipedia reveals that a documentary entitled “Fuck” holds the record for the most number of F-bombs dropped in a film – that would be staggering 824 fucks in the space of 93 minutes.

While there were only 265 fucks uttered in Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction, YouTuber user thecussingchannel picked up a total of 429 swear words in the film, and edited them together into a three-minute supercut. I believe I don’t need to mention that the video may be a teensy bit NSFW.

For an extra dose of cussing, plonk this post in the Samuel L. Jacksonizer.

[via Lauren Beukes on Twitter]